Poached Pears In Chocolate | Everyday Gourmet S9 EP56
As seen on Everyday Gourmet.
Poached Pear Belle Helene | Black Pepper Chef
Poached chocolate pear - exquisite and healthy low carb Mediterranean diet recipe Beautiful Helen. Simple no talk recipe of poached pear dessert Poires Belle Helene for a romantic dinner for two or a menu for a party or holiday.
INGREDIENTS (4 servings)
4 Pears Kaiser
300 g Sugar
120 g Dark chocolate
1 Cinnamon stick
RECIPE & INSTRUCTIONS HERE
-------------------------------- IMPORTANT !!!!!! -----------------------------------------------------
FOR NEW VIDEOS SUBSCRIBE CHEF BLACK PEPPER CHANNEL
РУССКИЙ РЕЦЕПТ ЗДЕСЬ
SUBSCRIBE MY CHANNEL BLACK PEPPER CHEF
TOP 10 PLAYLISTS
Low Carb Recipes
SUBSCRIBE RUSSIAN CHANNEL CHEF BLACK PEPPER
#poachedpear #chocolatepear #BlackPepperChef
Red Wine Poached Pears Recipe & An Intentional Autumn
Poached pears are really simple to prepare and they are perfect for the holidays when you poach them in this red wine liquid.
I learned this recipe from Anna Watson Carl (of The Yellow Table blog & book), and she adapted it from a David Leibovitz recipe. I learned it when I went on a retreat organized by Rebecca Gallop of A Daily Something. An Intentional Autumn was the name, and theme, of the retreat.
Here's how to red wine poached pears:
-1 bottle fruity red wine
-1 cup water
-2/3 cup sugar
-1/4 cup honey
-3 slices fresh lemon
-1 cinnamon stick
-approx. 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
*the number of pears you poach will depend on what you're making them for (in a tart? on ice cream? solo?). The pears should be fully submerged in the red wine syrup, so if you're doing more than a couple of pears then you'll have to rotate them through the syrup. The pears should be a variety that is firm when ripe, such as Bosc, Conference, Winter Nellis, or Anjou.
In a large pot, heat the red wine, water, sugar, honey, lemon, cinnamon stick and black pepper. Meanwhile, peel the pears with a vegetable peeper and slice them in half lengthwise (you can also poach them whole, if you'd rather). Again, depending on how you'll end up using them, you can scoop out the cores using a melon baller or a teaspoon.
When the red wine mixture is nearly boiling, add the pears to the pot. Cover the pears with a round of parchment paper with a coin-sized hole cut in the center to let the steam escape. Reduce the heat to a simmer, and poach the pears over low heat for about 15 minutes, or until they are cooked through. To test, poke them with the tip of a paring knife; if it goes in easily, they are done.
You can either be finished here, with a quick poach, or if you want to make the color more intense you can (after you have removed the pears from the liquid) let the syrup cool and then pour it over the pears, cover and refrigerate the pears for 1-3 days.
Happy holidays, everyone!!
Never miss a QKatie episode! SUBSCRIBE for free:
Follow me on:
Snapchat -- qkatie
Produced, filmed, edited and hosted by Katie Quinn
Hi there, friends! My name is Katie and I'm a video journalist & food enthusiast. On this channel I make videos about life and delicious things. I post every week, and of course, I #keepitquirky :)
Drunken Poached Pears Recipe
Drunken Poached Pears are an elegant and mouthwatering dessert perfect to serve during the colder months of the year. Simple ingredients such as wine, sugar and spices combined with a decadent reduction, make this a perfect dessert served either warm or cold.
Direct link to the Drunken Poached Pears
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos!
Follow us on Instagram and tag us with your culinary magic!
@FontanaForniusa #fontanaovens @inside.our.kitchen #insideourkitchen
Follow us on Instagram and tag us with your culinary magic!
@FontanaForniusa #fontanaovens @inside.our.kitchen #insideourkitchen
A chef's complete guide to perfecting the port poached pear
Chef Randy Feltis makes a delicious adults-only port poached pear dessert that will have you (and your stomach) smiling.
Cityline is the longest running and most successful daytime show for women in North American history. Host Tracy Moore brings her energy and enthusiasm along with her charismatic personality and flair for style - making her a perfect fit for North America's top source for the latest in home decor, food, entertaining, fashion, health and beauty.
Visit for fresh lifestyle content you’ll love – including blogs, recipes, videos and more!
Connect with us:
Subscribe to Cityline on YouTube -
Subscribe to the Cityline Newsletter -
How to Make Delicious Agave Poached Pears | Poached Pears Recipe
Find the recipe on our blog:
Sign up for our newsletter:
Follow us on:
Blog: Find the recipe here:
Promo code YOUTUBE25 expires 5/1/2020
Poached Pears Pepper - Kitchen Cat
Get the App from Google Play:
★ Kitchen Cat ★ Poached Pears Pepper Recipe.
A recipe from the KC Desserts collection.
For this recipe you will need:
✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ INGREDIENTS ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰
750 ml : Bottle Dry Red Wine
6 sm : Firm-ripe Pears; Abt. 2 Lbs.
2 ts : Black or White Peppercorns
1/3 c : Sugar
1/2 pt : Whipping Cream
Marsala Poached Pears - Chilled Summer Dessert | From The Galley #31
With the leftover Marsala from making our tiramisu, we poached some pears! They can be served either hot or cold, but with the lovely summer weather we’ve been having lately, we opted for chilled with ice cream! Get the recipe:
Subscribe for free to follow our journey and get recipes:
Help us continue making vlogs:
PayPal Me - paypal.me/NBchef
Connect with us online!
Kitchen equipment we love and use. These are affiliate links, which means if you buy something by using one of these links, Amazon will pay us a small commission (but don't worry, it doesn't cost you any extra!). This helps us continue to improve our videos:
Victorinox chef’s knife – UK: | US:
Victorinox serrated knife – UK: | US:
Victorinox paring knife – UK: | US:
Victorinox filleting knife – UK: | US:
Sharpening steel – UK: | US:
Sharpening stone – UK: | US:
Silicone bread bowl – UK: | US:
Silicone spatulas – UK: | US:
Silicone lifter – UK: | US:
Silicone baking mat – UK: | US:
Tefal non-stick pans – UK: | US:
Large colour-coded chopping boards – UK: | US:
Pyrex measuring jug – UK: | US:
Electronic kitchen scales – UK: | US:
Music: Solving It Together 2 -
3 Incredible Pear Recipes | In Season
PRE-ORDER MY Brand New COOKBOOK The Domestic Geek's Meals Made Easy on Amazon Here:
*Brand New* 30 Days of Smoothies eBook available now:
I'm sharing my recipes for honey roasted pears, a seasonal pear salad and my incredible Gorgonzola, pear and caramelized onion pizza!
3 Apple Recipes:
Butternut Squash Soup:
3 Pumpkin Recipes:
Frequently Used & Favorite Items:
Purchase my eBooks here:
Healthy Meal Plan 2017 eBook Available Now:
*eBOOK BUNDLE* | All three Meal Prep Made Easy eBooks for only *$12.99*:
*NEW* 30 Days of Smoothies:
Meal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 1-6:
Meal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 7 -12:
Meal Prep Made Easy eBook | Menus 13 -18:
Dinner Made Easy:
5 Weeks of Healthy Meal Prep:
Made with Love Holiday Recipes:
½ cup pecans
1-2 tbsp butter
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 large pear, cored and thinly sliced
½ cup dried cranberries
½ cup goat cheese, crumbled
6 cups arugula
Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette
3 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp mustard
salt and pepper
In a frying pan heat butter over medium high heat.
Add brown sugar and stir until it’s dissolved.
Add pecans and toss until they are evenly coated.
Pour nuts on a parchment-lined baking sheet and allow them to cool completely.
In a large bowl top arugula with pear, candied pecans, cranberries
and goat cheese.
In a small bowl whisk olive oil, balsamic vinegar, maple syrup,
mustard, salt and pepper.
Dress salad just before serving.
Pear, Caramelized Onion & Gorgonzola Pizza:
2 tbsp olive oil, divided
½ white onion, thinly sliced
2 pears, cored and thinly sliced
6 slices prosciutto (optional)
½ cup mozzarella cheese
½ cup blue cheese, crumbled
Preheat oven to 450°F.
In a frying pan heat half of the olive oil over medium-high heat.
Add onions, reduce heat to medium and cook onion until it begins to brown; 8-10 minutes.
Remove onions from pan and set aside.
Spread dough over a well-greased baking sheet.
Coat dough with remaining olive oil.
Top with mozzarella cheese, pear slices, prosciutto, caramelized onions, blue cheese and freshly cracked black pepper.
Bake at 450°F for between 14 and 17 minutes.
Honey Roasted Pears:
2 pears, halved and cored
4 tbsp walnuts, chopped
2 tsp honey
¼ tsp cinnamon
Preheat oven to 375°F.
Arrange pear halves in a baking dish.
Fill core with chopped walnuts.
Drizzle with honey and sprinkle with cinnamon.
Bake at 375°F for 30 minutes or until pears are completely tender.
Serve with vanilla ice cream.
*SOME links provided above are affiliate links The Domestic Geek is Hosted by Sara Lynn Cauchon
Spiced Pound Cake with Poached Pears
Learn how to cook tea cake with spiced pears for autumn and winter tea time.
If you don’t want to use wine, replace it with grape juice.
Ingredients (for cake 11*20*4):
Pears – 3 pcs
White wine or grape juice – 150 ml
Sugar – 1 tbsp
Honey – 1 tbsp
Orange zest – 1 orange
Orange juice – 1 orange
Cinnamon – 1 tsp
Clove – 3-4 pcs
Cardamom – ½ tsp
Ginger – ½ tsp
Vanilla pod – 1 pc
Milk – 250 ml
Honey – 20 ml
Clove – 2-3 pcs
Cinnamon – ½ tsp
Vanilla extract - ½ tsp
Ginger - ½ tsp
Nutmeg – ¼ tsp
Orange zest – 20-30 g
Black pepper - pinch
Nuts – 50 g
Sugar – 50 g
Butter – 170 g
Honey - 170 g
Whole egg – 2 pcs
Brown sugar – 150 g
Flour – 200 g
Buckwheat flour – 120 g
Baking powder – 5 g
Salt - pinch
Mix wine, sugar, honey and all spices in saucepan. Heat them without boiling. Peel the pears and cut the seeds out. If you’re going to use whole pears they should fit the baking mold and be the same size. Put pears in spicy wine so that they’re fully covered with liquid.
Cover with wrapping paper in contact and leave to infuse for at least a day, better two.
After that strain wine through a sieve, if you’re going to drink it later.
Dry the pears with paper towels.
The day before cooking, heat the milk with all spices, zest and honey and leave overnight to infuse.
Preheat the oven to 180 C.
Whisk butter with brown sugar and honey. Add eggs, stirring well. Add all dry ingredients and warmed milk. Pour dough in baking mold. Then put three pears in it. If you’re using cubes of pears instead of whole pears, previously mix them with dough.
Sprinkle caramelized nuts on top. Cake 3-4 cm high, bake for nearly 30-40 min. If it’s necessary, bake with oven door opened for the last 5 min to let the steam blow off.
Allow to cool before serving.
How to present the Cinnamon Poached Pear
Silver Bell Head Chef Chris Honor shows you how to plate up his glorious Cinnamon Poached Pear dessert once it has been delivered to your kitchen.
Easy Desserts || Wine Recipes : Poached Pears In Red Wine
For a classic dinner, dessert tries this Easy and quick Poached Pears in Red Wine recipe. An extremely easy dish to make, pears are boiled in Pedrera red wine which maximizes the pear's natural sweetness. Now drizzle some poaching liquid over it and serve it with love.
Cooking Fresh! Port Poached Pears with Fresh Ricotta
Bosc pears from Homestead Farm Market, fresh ricotta from Fulper Farms flavored with Sweet Sourland Farms maple syrup create a beautiful and delicious dessert. Poached in Vintage Port from Tomasello Winery.
Poached pears in a raspberry sauce
Comment below if you make this recipe. If you enjoyed the video, subscribe to get more free cooking lessons!
Learn How to Make Wine Poached Pears in a Sauvignon Blanc Reduction Sauce by Amelia Ceja
This sweet white wine poached pear recipe is a perfect dessert or brunch dish for any day of the week. The recipe maximizes the pear’s natural sweetness, combining it with a fruit-forward white wine that is highlighted with a touch of cinnamon, vanilla, mascarpone cheese and toasted pumpkin seeds. Find more recipes at
Wine Poached Pears
By Amelia Ceja
Cook Time: 1 hour 25 minutes
• 3 Bartlett Anjou or Bosc pears
• 1 cup sugar
• 1 vanilla bean
• 1 stick of cinnamon
• 1 of bottle of white wine (750ml)
• ½ cup mascarpone cheese
• 2 tbsp pumpkin seeds
• ½ tsp olive oil
• 1 pinch of brown sugar
• 1 pinch of cayenne pepper
Cut pears in half and core them. Pour white wine bottle into a pot along with the sugar, vanilla bean and cinnamon stick and bring to a boil. Add the cut pears to the pot and cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until tender on a medium-low heat. Remove the pears to a serving dish standing them upright and place in refrigerator. Remove the vanilla bean from pot and continue reducing the wine-based sauce until 1 cup of syrup is left. Place the syrup in a heatproof container and place in the refrigerator until cool, approximately 1 hour.
Mix mascarpone cheese with two tablespoons of pear reduction syrup and spoon into pears. Sprinkle pears with pumpkin seeds that have been toasted on high heat in a small pan with the ½ tsp of olive oil, brown sugar and cayenne pepper. Lastly, drip on some of the pear reduction syrup.
Brie with Pear and Black Pepper Appetizer - Ripe Brie and Pear Party Bites
Learn how to make a Brie with Pear and Black Pepper Appetizer! Visit for the ingredients! Plus, more info and over 550 additional original video recipes. I hope you enjoy this Brie with Pear and Black Pepper Appetizer Recipe!
Poached Pear Salad
Recipe from Lindsay Brooks.
Pear Clafoutis - Food Wishes
Learn how to make a Pear Clafoutis recipe! This rustic French recipe usually features cherries, but is great made with any kind of seasonal fruit, such as pears. This recipe is as simple, as it is adaptable, and if you’re watching your waistline, there’s no crust. You won’t miss it. Visit for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this delicious Pear Clafoutis recipe!
You can also find my content on Allrecipes:
Caramelised Apples and Pears - Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay's dessert recipe for caramelised apples and pears with ice cream on The F Word.
Season 3 of Gordon Ramsay's The F Word
Poached Pears- Day 1 A Partridge in a Pear Tree
Poached Pears- Day 1 A Partridge in a Pear Tree
Today is day 1 of the 12 days of Christmas montage. I am making pears poached in white wine, water, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, pepper and honey. Top with some vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
Poached Pears: A Holiday Dessert Collaboration with Two Family Homestead
Join us as we make Poached Pears! This is one of our favorite holiday desserts and can be dressed up in many ways (as a dessert or with savory items). Thank you, Two Family Homestead for inviting us to participate in this collaboration.
↓↓↓↓↓↓See more below ↓↓↓↓↓↓
Two Family Homestead:
Holiday Dessert Collab Participants
2. Sullivan Family Homestead
3. Crazy Dazes
4. Angie’s Pantry
5. Our Half Acre Homestead
6. Mapleberry Farm – Off Grid Living (possibly)
7. Southern Ark Homestead
8. Diane - The Canning Nana
10. That 1870’s Homestead
11. The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener
12. Mother of Many Horses
13. Angela&Charlie Practical Modern Homestead
14. Gold Shaw Farm
15. The Googler
17. Goin Batty
18. Mireya The Concrete Kid
19. Freedom Homestead
20. Breakaway Homesteader
21. 7D Farm
22. Life of a Mil-Wife
23. Helga’s Pennsylvania Cooking
24. Little Village Homestead
25. VW Family Farm
26. Greeting Tree Farm
27. Part-Time Permies
28. BanDana Gramma
29. Haywire Homestead
30. My blind mamas messy kitchen
31. Roots and refuge farm
32. Duncan 1900 Homestead
33. The Fit Farmer – Mike Dickson
34. Stringfield Ridge Farm
35. Deep South Homestead
36. The Bee Lady Apiray
37. Big Bear Homestead
38. The Fundamental Home
39. WTFarm Girl
40. Two Family Homestead
Check out the tools I use from foraging, to gardening, to chicken keeping, etc at:
Part-Time Permeis Gear:
Web Page (Pasta): westmichiganpastaandprovisions.com
Web Page (Foraged Food Features):
#parttimepermies #favoriteholidaydessertcollaboration #twofamilyhomestead
Peras Bêbedas – Portuguese Poached Pears
Portuguese poached Pears in Red Wine is a special dessert, healthy, low fat and also very easy to make.
???????? Ingredients :
1 bottle of red wine
150g of sugar
14g of vanille sugar
1 stick of cinnamon
4 grains of black pepper
2 seed of cardamom
zest of one orange
cooking time : 25 – 30 minutes
JUST CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE
AND ACTIVATED THE LITTLE ???? TO DON’T MISS ANY VIDEO
???? COME AND FOLLOW ME :
I am licensed by Apple, Inc. to use Playful” which
is provided in the iMovie App from Apple, Inc.
License for this music:
Poached Pear Salad With Walnuts and Blue Cheese
- Mesclun mix - baby lettuce mix
- Blue cheese
- Fresh herbs (tarragon, saffron)
- Pinch of Salt
1. Peel and core pear(s)
2. Bring poaching liquid to boil then down to 160f (hot but not bubbling)
3. Put cored pear in poaching liquid and cook till pear softens slightly. The pear must maintain its shape
4. After poaching, cool and let stand
5. Prepare cheese stuffing, blue cheese, tarragon, saffron, salt and paper, and cranberries
6. Pipe cheese into poached pears. Let stand until service then slice in half for presentation
7. Dress salad with vinaigrette
8. Garnish with pear with walnuts and cheese
SWEETLY POACHED PEARS | POPULAR RECIPES | QUICK RECIPES
SUBSCRIBE Quick Recipes
SUBSCRIBE Wow to How
LIST OF QUICK RECIPES
Almonds, Apple, Apricots, Artichoke, Asparagus, Avocado, Banana, Barbecue, Barliy, Basil, Beans, Beef, Beetroot, Bell Pepper, BHEL, Biscuits, Bitter Gourd, Blackberry, Blueberry, Bread, Broccoli, BROWNIES, Burger, Butter, Cabbage, Cake, Calves, Capsicum, Carrot, Cashew Nuts, Cauliflower, Celery, Chapathi, Cheese, Cheese, Cheese, Cherry, Chicken, Chickpea, Chili, Chocolate, Coconut, Cookies, Corn, Couscous, Crab, Cucumber, Curd, Custard, Dates, Drumstick, Dry Furit, Duck, Dump, Egg, Eggplant, Figs, Fish, Florida, Fudge, Garlic, Ginger, Gooseberry, Granola, Grapefruit, Grapes, Green Gram, Green Peas, Green Pepper, Green Tea, Groundnut, Guava, Hawaiian, Herbs, Honey, Icecream, Ivy Gourd, Jaggery, Jam, Jelly, Kabobs, Kidney bean, Kiwi, Lady Finger, Lamb, Leeks, Lemon, Lentil, Loaf, Lychee, Mango, Meat, Melon, Milk, Minestone, Mint, Mushroom, Mussels, Noodles, Nutmeg, Oats, Okra, Olive Oil, Onion, Orange, Oyster, Pakoda, Paneer, Parsley, Pasta, Pea, Peach, Peanuts, Pear, Pecan, Peper, Pie, Pineapple, Plum, Pork, Potato, Prawn(Shrimp), Pumpkin, Rasberry, Rice, Saffron, Sage, Salad, Salad, Salmon, Salsa, Sausage, Sausage, Shark, Shellfish, Shrimp, Soup, Soya, Spinach, Spinach, Spring Onion, Sprout, Squash, Squid, Squid, Steak, Stew, Strawberries, Tamarind, Tea, Tofu, Tomato, Treacle, Tulsi, Tuna Fish, Turkey, Turmip, Vanilla, Vegetable, Veggie, Vinegar, Walnuts, Watermelon, Wheat, Whole Grains, Whole Wheat, Yam, Yogurt, Zucchini, American Recipes, Chinese Recipes, French Recipes, Indian Recipes, Italian Recipes, Lebanese Recipes, Mexican Recipes, Thai Recipes, Accmpaniment, Beverages, Breakfast Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Main Curse, Salad Recipes, Soup Recipes, Staters, Snack recipes, bakery Recipes, beverages, Canned and frzoen foods, Dairy Products, Noodle Recipes, nuts, sweet recipes, dal Recipes, Breakfast, Chutneys, Dals / Kadhis, Dips & Sauces, Noodles, Pasta, Pickles / Aachar, Pizza, Rice Recipes, Rotis / Parathas, Snacks / Starters, Soups, Stir-fries, Subzis, Sweets quickrecipes, kitchen, vantilly, foodfacorty, streetfood
Poached Pear with Port Wine and Arugula Salad
So you really want to make something fun, healthy, and presents beautifully?
Try this classy port wine poached pear served with arugula, and blue cheese.
If your Vegan just omit the cheese and your all set!!
Port wine poached pear with baby organic arugula
5 Bosc pears
2 Qt. inexpensive port wine
1 Bag baby organic arugula
4 Radishes sliced
2 Plum tomatoes sliced
1 Oz. Crumbled Blue cheese
Red wine vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
1. Peel and core the pears.
2. Arrange the pears in a sauce pot and cover with port.
3. Over high heat bring the port to a simmer, reduce
the heat and simmer for 25-30 minutes or until soft.
4. Remove the pears and chill for 25 minutes.
5. Over high heat, reduce the port till a syrupy consistency has
been achieved. Approx 15-20 minutes. Check on the reduction frequently.
6. Once syrup consistency has been achieved, remove and chill.
7. Slice the chilled pears.
8. Combine the arugula, radish, and cheese. Season with olive oil,
red wine vinegar, and salt and pepper.
9. Arrange the salad and serve.
How to cook Poached Punk Pears
Musa Aberdeen head chef Dave More presents a twist on a traditional desert, with pears poached in Brewdog Punk IPA.
Red Wine Poached Pears (Passover Recipe) | BAO's Cookbook
A #PassoverRecipe which has roots in traditional Chinese culture - red wine #PoachedPears. Pear is considered a herbal medicine in ancient China and it's usually used as a home remedy for cough relief. It's easy to cook and can be prepared couple days before serving. This dessert is rich in flavors: a perfect combination of wine's light sour & bitter taste and pears fruity sweetness.
Bosc pears are used in this recipe, but conference pears will do too. Choose ripe pears with medium softness. Beaujolais wine is used here since it tends to have lower tannin concentrations, giving them a fruitier, fresher flavor. After remove the pears, boil the wine until syrupy. Doesn't need to be really thick, it just needs to give a consistent coating on pot wall. Keep good ventilation while cooking wine. Inhale wine steam could make you drunk too. Be sure to give it a try and you will be amazed by the result. Leave a comment and subscribe if you enjoy this video.
Check more Asian Fusion Recipes in this playlist:
Beef Cubes for Stew (4 cups)
White Radish (6-8 inches)
Matzo Meal (1 cup)
Chicken Fat (4 tbsp)
Baking Powder (1/4 tbsp)
2 Chinese Cinnamon Sticks
Seltzer Water (3/4 cup)
Poached Pears (Poires Belle Helene)
For the full recipe, please visit:
BERRY POACHED PEARS, Lime Whipped Cream, Coulis, Toasted Almonds & Graham
Beautiful Dessert: Berry Poached Pears, on a bed of Toasted Almonds & Graham Dust with Lime Whipped Cream & Berry/Lime/Orange Liqueur Coulis (Edible Gold Leaf, optional)
OR JUST MAKE THE HEALTHY PEARS anytime for family, salads, pancakes & so much more.
Poached Pears with Peppercorns - Pears Poached in Wine with Black and Green Peppercorns
Luscious poached pears cooked with white wine and a combination of black and green peppercorns. A quick, simple and elegant dessert - perfect for the holidays!
Check out my cookbooks - Ground Beef Recipes at
and Happier Holidays at
Check out the website at ThrillbillyGourmet.com
Amazon Affiliate Links: Yes, It's a paid link, but I actually use and like this stuff!
The soup pot:
The garlic press:
Please help support The Thrillbilly Gourmet, you may send money to my PayPal link: paypal.me/JanCharlesCooks
Thank you very much for the support!!!
Follow Thrillbilly Gourmet and Jan Charles on Social Media: